2016 Olympic Games: Eventing

2016 Olympic Games: Eventing

Clark Montgomery, Lauren Kieffer, Phillip Dutton and Boyd Martin are poised to make a bid for medals on Aug. 6-9 in Rio, but they'll have to figure out how to beat the most successful event rider of our time, Michael Jung, and his German compatriots.

Want to get to know some of the horses in Rio de Janeiro for the U.S. Olympic teams? Over the last year we've gone Behind The Stall Door with many of them...
Thirty-four year old Michael Jung has smashed record after record, dominating the sport to become the first simultaneous World, Olympic and European champion. So it came as no major surprise when the German juggernot earned his second consecutive individual gold medal, only the third eventer to ever win back-to-back individual gold in Olympic competition.
Meet four-star first-timer Carlos Lobos Muñoz, who splits his time between eventing and serving in the Chilean military.
Forty-six horses were presented in this morning's final eventing horse inspection, and all passed.
Chronicle editors Lisa Slade and Molly Sorge are live blogging round-by-round through the Olympic evening show jumping competition.
When most people think of Zimbabwe, they don’t think of four-star eventers. But Camilla Kruger’s changing all that.
As many riders predicted, cross-country day at the Olympic Games shook up the leaderboard, with several experienced pairs picking up penalties.
Find out what the rider thought about their rounds—good and bad!
The stray bullet that landed was apparently fired from a favela and was intended to shoot down a police blimp.
Ingrid Klimke's test helped boost the Germans into a narrow lead after dressage, but the French and Australian teams aren't far behind as they head into a cross-country course the riders all have a lot of healthy respect for.

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